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34 Paid Android Apps For Free From Amazon Thru 3/21

The Amazon Appstore is running another Android app giveaway. Now through 3/21, 34 paid apps and games are free from Amazon. The list includes a number of popular titles including Cut the Rope, Five Nights At Freddy's 2,  Slingshot Racing, Folder Sync, Cross DJ Pro, HanDBase, Easy Tether Pro, World of Goo and Atomus HD. The full list is here Apps & Games : Free App of the Day Bundle. The regular price of these apps ranges from 99¢ to $9.99.

To get in on the free apps you need to have the Amazon Appstore installed on your phone. Get it from Amazon.com by clicking here using the browser on your phone. Follow the prompts to "Allow Unknown Sources" and finish the installation. Then go back to the list of free apps with your phone browser and start downloading. Or you can "purchase" the free apps using the PC web version of the Amazon Appstore and then launch the Amazon Appstore on your phone and tap the Menu icon in the top left and then tap My Apps and your purchases will show up on the Cloud tab. If you don't see them, tap the Refresh icon in the top right. Amazon has detailed help pages for their Appstore here.

Update: Sale runs through Saturday 3/21.



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  1. Thanks for telling us about this, Dennis. I found out too late to do anything about it (Amazon's window on this one was so narrow!)

    1. The free apps are still available through tomorrow.

  2. I see where Amazon appears to be getting ready to offer a new service called Amazon Unlocked which will offer a large selection of paid apps for free, including ones with in-app purchases.

    There is more about Amazon Unlocked here:


  3. I got Easy Tether thanks to Dennis letting me know in time. I have PDA Net but on that one I had to run it and quickly hide it to get it to work. Easy Tether sort of works the same way too but they seem to be updating to allow Andorid 5.0 to work. I'm curious however will I have to do my app updates to the Pro version with Amazon app store not Google which sort of makes sense but then again the app may had dome something in the regestry of the phone to allow it to work as a premium app.

  4. Amazon has released a new Free App Bundle this week available for Android phones that have the Amazon App Store app downloaded and installed, for a limited time.

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